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Monthly Archives: March 2015

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Do I Need a DUI Attorney?

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Santa Rosa DUI Lawyer Blog. Do I need a DUI Attorney? If you get arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or drugs, one of your first questions will likely be whether you should hire an attorney to help with your case. While the law allows every person the right to represent… Read More »

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Common California DUI Defenses

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Sonoma County DUI attorney blog. Common California DUI defenses. Following an arrest on suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI), many people feel helpless. They believe that the police officers and the prosecutors have already made the decision that they are guilty and, therefore, they have no option but to plead guilty. While it… Read More »

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Man Driving an Ice Cream Truck Arrested for Sonoma County DUI

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Sonoma County DUI attorney blog. Common California DUI defenses. Following an arrest on suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI), many people feel helpless. They believe that the police officers and the prosecutors have already made the decision that they are guilty and, therefore, they have no option but to plead guilty. While it… Read More »

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Visitation Rights With Our Grandchildren

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Visitation rights with our grandchildren. Divorce affects many people—most notably, the spouses who are separating and any children they may have. Child custody determinations, child support orders, and decisions regarding the family home are all important issues in a divorce that may define the future of the family. There is another issue, however, that… Read More »

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California Teachers’ Retirement is Community Property

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California teachers’ retirement is community property. CalSTRS was founded in 1913 and is part of the State of California’s Government Operations Agency. The California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CalSTRS) provides retirement, disability and survivor benefits for California teachers and their families. CalSTRS participants are not eligible for Social Security retirement benefits unless from another… Read More »

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